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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Nurse Pallier ?- ' ,15 years* experienee in Bu1]£- Woonona, XTTTISHES to inform the public of ,the VV / . district Ihut ber 1 Private Hospital & Lying-in Home, - -»CIX0N DALE ' CHEN HALL STREET '{off* Gray Street), Wo6nona, 1b now Available, for Patients, References — Dr. jPalmer, Dixon, and Dr. McPheraon. * ^ - All oorreeponaenoe promptly attended to „ dressmaking and JLADIES' TAILORING. Miss Berrington, caowk STREET, WOLLONWNG. c , j * » t (Next' to MrFuckey, Chemist,} ? , I JOHN GEORGKE THIRROVL Begs to announce that he has taken overthe REFRESHMENT ROOMS lately carried on by Mrs. PRETT. Aillrinds of Refreshment, Best Quality, and nicely served. AN APPETISING MEAL AT ALL TIMES | Good Accomodation for Boarders in I house attached. [ Hot Pies, Tea, Coffee, and Cocoa j supplied as from this week. f If you have anything to Sell SEE ME. 1 V, HANNAH, Auctioneer, , Upper Crown Street, Wollonoono Auction Sales conducted to any part , of the district. Mr.U.H.'Walka Dental Surgeon,...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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UNANDERRA [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

/ UKANbERRA I A good shower of Vain will be very welcome when the West wind which has been blowing intermittently for a bout twelve days gives out. A butter, and sugar famine is threa tening ; very little of either can be .procured locally. ' Fish are .bitting in Mullet Creek, one I expert from Mount Kembla tishing with ? worms, on Saturday last, caught 29 Black fish and nine Bream. His Honor Judge Docker, Mr. W. T. Cosgrove, and party' bagged 68 quails on MondaJ* last, tbe bag was procured on Mr, Jos. Waplas estate Canterbury. - A committee meeting of the Dapto Regatta Club will be held at Browns ville, on Satiiiday night, Mr. B. Hooper third Bon of Mr. and Mrs Hooper, Wollongong aud Mies Amy Denniss eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs Denniss, Lake lllawarra wera married in Wollongong on Weduesday ia»i* O'Donnell and Stnmblea conducted a successful clearence sale at Unanderra on Thursday last for Mr. M. H. Brown lee. Milking coiWs brought up to £10 10s, and Springers to £10 5s, backwar...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

For . Children's .®ackiag Cough at. night WOods'j Great Peppeirmint Cure, Mrs.j^V E. BARRETT ' ^ Dressmaker 38r Milliner, \ «? Next Dt-OR ttlOBK, Thirrou?.. -* - - ' ? MMHnei'y, CftisBTfTednesflay. - * ' ~

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WEEK BY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

WEEK BY WEEK A sample of cotton grown by Mr. ' Joto. Phillips at Tarrawanna, is on - view in Mr. W. J. Wiseman's, drug gist, window, in Crown-etreet. „ The marriage of Mr. W, Culleta, ot r Foxground, and Miss Esther Beaver, -of Dundas and late ?of Berry, is an nounced. f 'At meeting was held in Wollongong 5 on 'Wednesday evening to arrange a presentation to Dr. W. L. Kirkwood. It was decided t© have a conversa- ; zione. Subscriptions are limited to 5s. Messrs. W. Thom'ae and Ri. Fin layson are joint hon. sec.s Prior to his departure for the front, Mr. Oecil Cheney was presen ted by the members of the 'WoHop gone' Branch o£ Amalgamated Socie ty of Carpenters and Joiners with -a wristlet watch as a mark of es teem of his-iellow unionists. — o— Dr. Noel Kirk wood, assistant to Dr. Lee, has been appointed to the Medical Gorps, and will be attached to the next expedition. Dr. W. L. Kirkwood leaves Wollongong duriag next week. Wm, Grieve, son of Mr. T. Orieve, of Keira-street, has join ed...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

? ? i — .. .'a . i Increase in Price of Meat Tbv? district butchers are increas ing the price of meat Ir-?m to-moriv ow, on account of the %tgh charges ruling for cattle. v h Bowls is -all tlie rage at f . Berry just n&w. All the ^leading1 townsmen^ have-taken up the ipasttime.' 4 ^ ; Opposite Mtmujiifint, over Woods* / Marie Store -*w zwws St. Twhimoom. , , Telethon* 44 ' C8LD WEATHER SPECIALITIES :: at :: BUCKLAND'S Bucklaiid'e Boom. Warmers are noted for the email quantity of oil they consume. The ' Uosy ' size is suitable for either sitting or bed rooms, and consumes only three farthings Worth of oil per hour. Auckland's Price ?- .. ? ? ? ? 17s 6d ' Larger sizes at .. .. 22s 6d and 27 e 64 They are worth inspection. LAMPWARE. There are Table Lamps from . . Is lid to 12s 6d Bedroom Lamps from . . . . Is Od to 2s 6d Beading Lamps, Hanging Lamps and Lanterns in great variety , — AT — H. S. BUCKLAND, UPPER CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG. I H. E. HARRIGAN MOTOR GARAGE, Wollongong. ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

COMMENS &TUCKEY tHE IUAWARRA CARRIAGE FACTORY KEIRA STREET. Awarded let prize Royal Show.jSydney, New and Second-hand- Vehicles in Stock Painting and Bepairs neatly andquickly executed. . ?? Tyres Tightened— our system is perfect. 'Wf O. GILMORE, Manager. Tobacconist, Hairdresser, Stationer, etc. The. best Brands . of Tobaccos, Cigars, and ; . * Cigarettes always in stools ' A ^plendjd lassortment of Pipes, j3igar and ? Cigarette Holders. Tobaooo Poaches, Perfumes, etc. ? I have a , large assortment. of T oy»,' Post Garde, Stationery, and all kinds of School BequMtee, Novels, -efcc. ? . Bave a Look at our Windows. Don't Forget Our Saloon S\br a Etret-claee Haircut ana Easy Share. Crcwn Street, 'Wollongong Central Hotel, D A PTO A. L. CHRISTIAN (Late of Tattersall's Hotel, Tam worth) WISHES to notify the residents of the' district, and others, that he has taken over the business of the Central* Hotel from F. G. Makin, and trusts by civility and at tention to business to merit...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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District Court [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

District Court The District Court oponed yester day before Judge Fitzhardingo. Slander and Malicious Words. Alice Boswcll versus Lilian May Ryan, slander, claim £100. Hugh McEvoy, versus Ijilian May Ryan, malicious words, claim £150. The parties to this action reside at Helensburgh. By consent, botb cases were taken together. j Mr. IE. li. Abigail appeared for the plaintiffs, and Mr. O'Reilly, in structed by Mr. Eddie), for the de fendant. Hugh McBvoy, a laborer, employ ed on the duplication works, depos ed that on the 7th March last lie was residing with 'Mrs. Ryan, ! who kept a boarding house and stioro, when she accused him of stealing a photograph 0f a girl named lAlice 'Boswell, with whom witness was keeping company. Mrs. Ryan had sent for the police and charged wit ness with tho theft of the photo., but the police advised Mrs. 'Ryan to proceed by summons. Mrs. Ryan also said that AliceB oswell was a girl of ill-repute. Alice Boswell, Thomas Robinson, Mrs . Matilda Dawson, Will...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

CURRENT JOTTINGS When ?worked up to the required pitch of hatred, the German will now have little room in his breast for other sentiment, and will become a terribly ferocious fellow. He has now to hate England, America and Italy; and so the Germans ,are nuk ing a nation of haters of themselves 6ucji as tii6 -?ilk© of ,was never known. It is to be feared that the whole people is becoming affected na tionally with a malady from which the Kaiser is stated to be a suffer er. In ;other words, has been getting 'balmy.' It is aaid the gods first dement those whom they intend to destroy. — — o — t was more than ordinarily pleas ed to see that the first Australian political party to encroach upon the freedom of the subject by mak ing a law compelling him to vote had on the first application of * it, been beaten out of office. The par ty, I believe, which has eo little re gard for the freedom of the subject' as to compel him to vote would have little scruple about dictating to him who he was ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

TO THOSE ABOOT TO PURCHASE A Sewing Machine, we would like j to say, in view of tjie many low- i grade machines now before the I public, that although price is always j an important consideration, in your own interests it should not be the only one. LIGHT RUNNING NEW HOME SEWIN6 MACHINES Are sold at Lowest possible prices CONSISTENT WITH QUALITY, ar combination of quality and reason able prices, making them by far the cheapest in the end. 'New Homes' have been on this market for nearly 30 years, and the fact that the de mand for them is ever increasing speaks for itself. At the World's Columbian Exposition held at Chicago, U.S. A,, the New Home was given First and Highest Aw^rd for Family Sewing Machines and Samples of Work. New Home Sewing Machine Co. AGENT V. H ANN AM, , Crown Street, I WOLLONGONG. » ? i CASH OB TEJBtMS. MR. E. A. BEEBY (of Beeby & Co, 26 1 ; I f Pitt Street, Sydney, Solicitors) until forthe ? notice will attend at Wollongong (Starr Bowkett Office) from 3 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

School D&ys School days ^lio'uld be days of health, happiness and steady devel opment, but to many, delicate sick ly children, they are days of suffer ing. If your children are weak and 'sickly, constantly retarded in their work and growth by coughs and colds, they ? cannot study with pro fit, and they cannot grow into healthy men and women. A cold in the head unfits any child for lessons and the constant cough of a child not only weakens the one but dis tracts the attention . of all the - others. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is a safe and certain remedy for child* ren's winter ills, and has brought health and strength to thousands of sickly children. It can be relied upqn to check the cold so quickly that the rosy cheeks have no time to grow pale, and the little brain re mains clear and sensitive for the day's study. No toughing at night when Dr. Sheldon's Jfew Discovery has been taken before bedtime, but deep, refreshing sleep to fit the child ren for another day of school....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Empire Day WOLLONGONG. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Empire Day WOLIX)N-JONG, On. Sunday there was a note of' the day in most of the services. In the evening an assembly in the Town Hall was led in prayer and tLddreg, ses by ministers of the various churches; the Mayor (Alderman N. Smith), presiding-. The addresses were by Rev. F. Duesiiury (Method- : ist) and C. S. Qlver (Congregation al), iRevs. C. Stubbin (C.E.), D.'M. Barnet, B.A. (Presbyterian), and Patterson (Congregational), offered prayer. Wollongong Band accompan j! ied the singing, | Tiie Monday celebration comprised I a demonstration on something more than the usual lines at the District School. In the afternoon an immense procession to the Green, addessses (Aldeeman Smith, Mayor, presiding), eports for the children- Then in the . evening a conccrt in the hall, which ?was nearly full of an audience. Two cadet buglers opened the programme with the stirring calls of the fcattle pf: field A squad of Cadets under Lrieu tenant Harrison, gave a display ot rf rifle work. There wer...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Quarter, Sessions. This court opened in Wollongong , on Tuesday, his Honor Judge Fitz hardinge presiding; Crotfn prosecut or, Mr, J . Dawson. f-.- ? Assault and Robbery. : K* Vemald Percy Hardie pleaded not guilty, to ; a charge of., assaulting and robbincr John Donnellan at Wol- ! , longoog. on Friday night, March 26. There jwas a second count of assault, /- occasioning actual bodily harm. Constable McGirr deposed to hftv i ing seen Donnellan in the hospital; lj later saw, the accused and Pearce; j asked them were they with Sam Mc iN'air last night; they said no. Ask -r; r ed McNfi.ir if Donnellan was the | man with whom they had a drink. Jle replied yes. Then- asked them, to ?come to ''the hospital; at the hos- ? ; , . pital Donnellan said to the accused, ? 'You're the man who took- aie out of Marriott's Hotel and knocked me down and robbed me,!' Accused re Plied 'You know me, Jack, I used T . : to work with you at Koolallie.' * ... Took accused to the place of the ' ^ alleged ass...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

For Coughs and Colds, never fails, Woods' Great peppermint Cure, 1/6. DUCHESNE (Late SIMPSON) The NEWSAGENT, CROWN STREET, Wollongong (Opposite. Commercial Bank) For the latest NewapaperB, Magazines ! Periodicals { Stationery ''' BOOKS | . , One of the finest collection of books . outside Sydney. Best Authors, Neatly Bound, .and- suitable for Prizes and the Library Give DUO H ESNE your order for Newspapere and they will be delivered early and regular E JOiSES, Chemist, Thirroul, BEGS to state that he has BEMOYED to find more Up-tor-'date i' ' : C Pmniises ~ NEXT TO Mt aOjBINSON'8 ESTATE ? AGENCIi ! Particular ears has been devbted t6 the Dispensing Department, which has been fitted up with every requisite. Has reputa tion as a careful end aocurate Dispenser is well known And reoogniBod by local Medical Hen and by many leading Sydney' Mediooe, The finest Dries' only are used, and the charges most moderate. A tage 'assortment of - Petfajnee, Soaps,, and Toilet Articles always in hand....

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Mack's Hospital FOR FURNITURE and UMBRELLAS, KEIRA STREET (next Jarman'B Store) Where you get ithe Cheap Umbrellas Sole Agent for Illawarra District for Christie's Renowned Umbrella Re-Covers. The Best Furniture Polish (any stain), 6d and Is per bottle

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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HELENSBURGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

HELENSBURGH . Helensburgh Empire celebrations, on Monday was a great success. Ih the morning addresses were del-' 'iverrd to the children in the school grounds, and afterwards marching through the town to the recreation reserve. The procession was a largo one, being headed by Sergt. fllom kins, followed by the Town Band, a. CninD&UV of ftAninr» flodofa fin f».Vi n rtra - ? ? ^U.wvvu \ '' -O* . of Qaptain Hiles), the public school ^ y and convent school children. 'Amor - ' J tor car, kindly lent to the Patriotic* u Committee by Dr. Palmer, decor&t- ^ ed with fla-gs, ^as a noticeable fea- ; ? ture in the procession, and was at f the disposal of the committee during; the day. Handled by Mr. Bert 'Webb it helped to swell the funds, sever al trips being made to Bald Hill, ' ^ and around the Square. Flags wera flying from many places throughout k the town. Tbte workmen's club pre- ^ r mises had the Union Jack, the Aus tralian and flags of the Allies fly ing from the new po...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Diamond & Ruby Ring I5ct. gold— 40b, 4 6s - 3 Diamond— 70a ^ . Diamond & Ruby— 40b. Half Hoop, fi Diamonds JBi 10b, £5 10s Diamond and Ruby, Half Hoop £4 15b £5 15b 'Wedding Riiipa — 10ct, , 16s ; 2 lg. 18ot from 20b ; 9ct. 10b 6d .Quality Guaranteed Keeper Rings 3ct. Weddng and Engagement Rings A Speciality. DIAMOND HALF HOOPS, MARQUIS? CLUSTER, ?' & ' , CROSS OYER RINGS from £4/10 to £35 Rings Made to Order * A. BRICKWOOD. - JEWELLER, OBOWN STREET. - Opal andDiamond'Ring . 6i« A. - Diamonds and Rul-y or ? Sapphire, 55a if.0** Gold Drees Ring»i Diamond and Ruby, 40s Diamond and Ruby or Sapphire.50B, -60a \ '. 18ct. gold . ' Gent's Garnet or Amethyst Hings, ^jL78^d^0a^59^^^^ ' . ' ? ? ? -:-f: ; ' CM. MOST MODERN . :i MOTOR OARAGE, Keira Strpeti Wolloii^oiif(. FULLY EQUIPPE DWITH UP-TO-DATE MACHINES ^ f : ;? Ate iiTTHE ha^ds of : .?- ?; ; r TRAINED MECHANICS. ? All Repair s Done and with a Conscience. p- '.VriWnizinfir, Tpe and Tube Bepairs a Speciality.. : ^ ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Anthony Horderns' for The Winter Fashions in 111 A NTHONY HORDERNS' Winter Fashion J . 5* Book faithfully presents every phase of the I prevailing Modes. The illustrations show the latest _ styles in Costumes,, Coats,. Reception Gowns, and ? -dainty Evening Dresses, as well as smart and stylish Coats, Skirts And Blouses. -The pages set apart for Millinery depict the newest creations for Maid and Matron, and there are many pages devoted to Children's Millinery. Write for a copy, posted free on request It brings the latest fashions within reach ... of everyone in Australia. Excellence and Economy are assured by ANTHONY HORDERNS' FAMOUS LOW PRICES. . ' ? I' ' ? Anthony Hordern & Sons Ltd. Emporium ER5 ' Brickfield Hill. SYDNEY G. C. TDCKEY, ' PBODWDB MEBOBAIiT; ? ' ? AMD y'.^ . ? ? 'v; CommissioiiAgent ' ?? Successor tc v. v;.-;:/': - - The Farmfers^fMid Settlers ;Cb*-op Society, Ltd.. , , _ W ::- MoLean'e Mild Oiired^adbn ; Barnes- Mild Oared Bapon.* Crago's Diamond Flonr ; Ba...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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AURAL TOPICS HEAVY YIELDING SORGHUMS AND TEFF GRASS. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

rural topics ?,' V_--. ; ?'.', ? . . .- ? . _ . ^Mb^Y YXEIjDISG sokghums ^ ;v ( . -AKD TKFF GliAfSS, Mr B. llirrigoii, F.R.H.S., Burr ?ingbar, writes :^Feterita, is a Sou daii variety aiuT htis been known to produce a fair crop 'without having a diop of rain from the time of the planting' until it was harvested. 'When- grown boside other kinds, that were scdrched up with the intense beat, _ it retained . its Verdure, and proved most successful. 'J'he stalks ^ are t ich in food ~ value, and it ma«es excellent ensilage or forage. Feruvi 5 an horghum is valuable ,,as ia forage ' - plant and for. grain'*, ' and its great A drought resistant properties. It can Jje cut or 'fed at Any stage or cured j for fodder. It produces about forty husheis of jgrain. per acre, which is ^ baid to be equal to corn for feeding nil classes of stocli' Shaliu or Egyp tian* Wheat, is a splendid variety; It . ^ j« said to be a splendid fodder for Co us and sheep, the stalks being eaten greedily by thein; the ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

Done So Quietly It; Comes like a. ray 1? of sm&bine. : I -Makes the old folks \happy. Mates the young 'folksjbyful. - Takes the load' off the back. If.-. l ^ V .J' V.'v -' '? ; ? Whatsis it V y ;'? .,': \ ' ? ???_ . ? -^^Dpan's Backache Kidney Tills The little kidney Wonder-wbrkers.. ' * ? What. ^wiUL they dp ? ? -;: Betid w^itr thiB woman says:— , . _ ifrs. - S. . iGallaway, ? Main Ho.ad, . Corrinaal, ;says: 'Up to the time of akingi|Doarij's;^ ? Vjit3^tr^^^';yeatrg,^p?^ , used to' aclie fearfully, 'and I havo /otign l^ieen in ^tipl^ paifiL tliat t ooi ila 1 V;&9. stoop, : , ;3P|lt8 \ver? r:; . (^em- ppbjey ,'pjeovvd^ ?] i *8£iate' ' ; 'at^d T . , .* haye .-^bee^^ (Well Vovtei- : Backache Eidney^ ^ fills .* .v*^b ^ S(ale;:'by receipt of price by '.Fostcr-lIcClBHan ? Co,y 76 Pitt Streefc. ^Sydney . . ;; :?

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Coalcliff Colliery Cases [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 28 May 1915

HCoalcliff Colliery Cases At the Quarter. Sessions There was an appeal by Thoruas - Gilmore against his conviction in tbe Wollongong Police Court of having, on the 9th April, absented himself ; from work at CoalclifE Colliery with out reasonable excuse. Mr. Watt, instructed by Mr. J. W. Abigail, appeared for the appellant ; ' Mr. G. S. Beeby, instructed by metsaib. .3 l, jluuiu ana the respondents. His Honor said that the deposi tions would be read to the witness es, who might then be further ex amined. Mr. Watt asked a hearing of the evidence de novo; he contended lie had a right of Objection to the reading of the 'depositions. j His Honor said that the reading ! of the depositions was the course be would follow. Mr. Watt asked that his objection V* be noted. v Jacob Carlos Jones, manager, cross 'examined by Mr. Watt, deposed the . men used to go in by the tunnel ' four or five years ago, when the : shaft was completed, they were al 4 iowe3 to go down that; did not re.. * member an...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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